March 26, 2012

Card Patterns Sketch #158



This week MFT is sponsoring the Card Patterns sketch. I hadn't had chance to ink up this TOO CUTE Funny Bunny set from the last release and it fit the sketch perfectly. I love purple but find it hard to work with usually - an easter card seemed like a good fit.


I've coloured my image with Blue-Violet Copics and shaded with some light Yellow Reds. I've used the High Tea Party Doily Die-namics, as well as the Button Quartet and Botanical Beauty Die-namics.

I colvered my button with Glossy Accents and waited till it was dry before cracking it for some added interest. The flower I cut two layers, and rolled the petals of the top layer between my fingers to break up the fibers and split the cardstock into a third layer.


Inside I've kept it simple with a sentiment and shadow stamped image.

Here are the Die-namics I've used today:
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Stamps: Claire Keay Funny Bunny (MFT Stamps) Paper: Pixielicious (Cosmo Cricket) Ink: Tuxedo Black (Memento) Apricot Appeal (SU) Dies: Button Quartet, First Place Award Ribbon, High Tea Party Doily, Botanical Beauty Die-namics (MFT Stamps)  Other: White Taffeta Ribbon, Glossy Accents, Twine, Corner Rounder Punch, Copic Markers

9 comments:

  1. This image is so cute, love your colouring...do you do classes?

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  3. Hey Sarah! I love popping in from time to time to see what you are up to. You are such a fantastic crafter. Love all the layers and colors and especially how you always do such a wonderful job on the inside of your cards as well. Congrats on expecting, too. What fun you'll be having crafting up that nursery, I'm sure:) We are just clearing land to build a new home so I've got lots to keep me busy for a while. Hugs~Michele

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  4. So sweet, Sarah! Love those bright colors!

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  5. whow this is so cute...love your homemade flower!

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  6. This is so cute! Love that stamp and the doily and flower. Great take on the sketch!

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